Ricky Molier

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Ricky Molier Tennis player
Nation: NetherlandsNetherlands Netherlands
Birthday: 17th June 1976
Playing hand: Right
Career record: 516: 119
Highest ranking: 1 (November 5 1996)
Grand Slam record
Career record: 354: 119
Highest ranking: 1 (July 8 1997)
Paralympic Games
Last update of the infobox:
February 7th, 2015
Sources: official player profiles at the ATP / WTA and ITF (see web links )

Ricky Molier (born June 17, 1976 in The Hague ) is a Dutch wheelchair tennis player .


Ricky Molier starts in the paraplegic class and has participated in two Paralympic Games in his career . In 1996 he won the gold medal in the individual competition after beating Stephen Welch in the final. In doubles he won bronze with Eric Stuurman . In his second games in 2000 he went singles without a medal, while he won gold in doubles with Robin Ammerlaan .

In 1996 Ricky Molier secured the title at the US Open . At the Wheelchair Tennis Masters he won the individual title twice: in 1998 he prevailed in the final against Laurent Giammartini , in 2001 against Robin Ammerlaan. In doubles, he won the first edition alongside Stephen Welch against Robin Ammerlaan and Eric Stuurman. In the world rankings, he was in first place in both singles and doubles. He succeeded in singles for the first time on November 5, 1996, and in doubles on July 8, 1997.

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